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Ayahuasca Therapy With Graham Hancock

• arclein
These days I rarely go into an Ayahuasca session without some fear and this has much to do with a terrifying session on pure (smoked) DMT that I had in the United States in 2011 (described here: The Aya

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Comment by PureTrust
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Would we happily and lovingly change our minds about chemtrails if they sprayed massive amounts of DMT into the atmosphere?

Comment by PureTrust
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From the article: "It is SUCH a good feeling just to lay down the barriers of suspicion and fear and self interest and trust others completely and know that the trust is shared and that the love you put out is the love you get back."

And the wolves of the world, having experienced Ayahuasca themselves, and knowing what it will do, will want to get everyone else on it, so that the people all become vulnerable. This is the movie "Wild in the Streets" multiplied by 10,000.

Doesn't sound like the author, who is a Hancock, is at all related to Ernie.

Comment by Chip Saunders
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This is the first I have heard of this substance. So, wanting to learn more, I looked it up on Wiki. I found this passage there most intriguing. "In 2008, psychology professor Benny Shanon published a controversial hypothesis that a brew analogous to Ayahuasca was heavily connected to early Judaism, and that the effects of this brew were responsible for some of the most significant events of Moses' life, including his vision of the burning bush."